An illegal alien previously deported in 2005 has been arrested in California. Alfonso Alarcon-Nunez, 39, made his way back into the country after his deportation and was working as an Uber driver when he raped four women. Alarcon-Nunez allegedly committed the rapes between December 17, 2017, and January 14, 2018. There may be more victims according to San Luis Obispo District Attorney Dan Dow who said, “We actually have evidence that we’ve obtained in this case, some forensic evidence with information that causes us to know that there are other victims out there.”
Alarcon-Nunez is facing 10 felony charges including forcible rape, rape of an intoxicated victim, assault with the intent to commit a sex offense, first-degree burglary and grand theft. His bail has been set at $1.47 million and he has pleaded not guilty to all charges. Alarcon-Nunez could face life in prison although Dow said his immigration status as an illegal will not be considered during the prosecution of this case.
Alarcon-Nunez was working in a college town, showing up at parties in an attempt to pick up women waiting for other Uber drivers, he was posing as their ride. Dow said, “Predators like we have in this case, can come and beat the actual driver to the scene, pick up the unsuspecting person, and take them to their homes and like we had here happen.”
When Uber was contacted about the heinous crime an Uber spokeswoman said, “What police have reported is absolutely horrifying, and something no person should ever have to experience. We have been working with law enforcement to provide them with information for their investigation, and the driver has been permanently removed from the app.” Uber insists users of the service should verify the license plate provided by Uber to ensure they are getting into the right car.
California, where this illegal was able to commit these disgusting crimes, is a sanctuary state which provides safe haven to millions of illegals. Policy in California does not allow for police officers to ask about immigration status during routine investigations and jails in California are not allowed to hold illegal aliens arrested for non-immigration related crimes for Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) to pick them up. Illegals such as Alarcon-Nunez are shielded by the government of California that prioritizes illegal aliens over the safety of their citizens.
Illegal aliens in the United States have a higher propensity for crime and the American people suffer as our government allows the 30-40 million illegal aliens, mostly from third world countries, to occupy the United States. These are the types of people Democrats are shutting down our government to protect.
California has 2,400 illegals locked up in its prisons for committing homicide. In California, citizens and legal immigrants are imprisoned at a rate of about 74 per 100,000 while illegal immigrants in the state are locked up at a rate of 92 per 100,000. Because California does not enforce immigration law, all of the illegals in their prisons have committed serious crimes.
California is not an exception but rather the rule which proves illegal immigrants have a higher propensity for crime. In New York, 169 illegals are locked up per 100,000 compared to 48 citizens and legal immigrants locked up per 100,000. Immigrants now subject to deportation after criminal convictions are sitting behind bars at a cost of $19 million daily. American taxpayers are footing this bill to house and feed 300,000 to 450,000 convicted criminal immigrants, Alarcon-Nunez, if convicted will just be another.
In 2014 the governor of California, Jerry Brown, reduced the maximum penalty for misdemeanors by one day. This was done because by reducing the sentencing to one day less than a year, the governor was able to effectively shield illegal alien criminals from federal law which would otherwise call for the deportation of criminal illegal aliens sentenced to one year or more. The legislation signed by Brown has allowed hordes of criminal illegal aliens to be released on Americans in California.
California issued a driver’s license to Alarcon-Nunez in 2015, a full decade after his previous deportation. The state became complicit in the crimes of Alarcon-Nunez and the crimes of all other illegals in its borders when it decided that harboring these criminals was more important than the safety and security of Americans in California. Politicians are elected to represent Americans, not the population of foreign nationals illegally occupying our country.